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Local COVID-19 Updates
MUNCIE, IN (April 27, 2021) – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events. Volunteers are VITAL if we want to keep the Tailgates going and keep our neighbors fed. Sign Up Today at curehunger.org/volunteer, 765.287.8698, email@example.com.
50,000 scholarships are available immediately in support of Hoosier workers and their children
MUNCIE, IN (April 20, 2021) – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events.
Quality of life is a big driver for Hartford City Mayor Dan Eckstein. Many projects are underway in the city that upon completion will improve the quality of life for its residents. “We’ve received a grant to study the infrastructure of Hartford City including the waste water and storm water…
MUNCIE, IN (April 14, 2021) – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events.
MUNCIE, IN (April 9, 2021) – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events. Please note that most counties are now running on a bi-weekly schedule, so please be sure to double check schedules.
National COVID-19 Updates
Thelma Sutcliffe received her COVID shots, a friend said, but wouldn't be tested. "She looked at (the swab) and looked up at the person holding it and said, 'You're not going to be sticking that thing up my nose."
A stash of priceless mahogany that sat for decades in a Madison laboratory will play a key role in restoring damage caused when a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
(The Center Square) – Iowa, Florida, Wyoming, South Dakota and Texas have the least coronavirus restrictions and have fully reopened, according to a new analysis of state regulated coronavirus restrictions published by the personal finance site, WalletHub,
(The Center Square) – Some 44 percent of Americans say they cannot afford another year like 2020, according to a recent survey by WalletHub, as the country enters a second year of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
A pair of U.S. governors on Sunday outlined plans to ease stay-at-home orders in the days and weeks ahead but cautioned constituents that the coronavirus remained a threat in their communities.